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Trooper 28* fisherman

Is anyone part of the W.C.B.A????
tuna

T Dot

i will be joining the club

NOR CAL..IN B.C.

DID U FIND THE WCBA WEBSITE
?? IF U JOIN LET ME KNOW IF THEY ARE COOL
T Dot

there are meetings every so often



go to a meeting and check them out. thats how i found more information. some things must be seen in person.
tuna

get out your crying towels and sell the bass gear boys

they poisoned one perch infested lake last year and plan on doing at least 7 more

i hear the bass fishing's real good back east though
mojoman

hmmm...Tuna...you need to change your name to Turkey....just a thought....mmmmm.....BASSSSSSSSSS




mojo
tuna

you must be one a them there bass humpers from back east....eh mr mojo guy

you part of the bass lover club too? dont you know we have trout here in bc?

damn bass humpers...
shizzyisback

Bass isnt indeginous to our water ..kill them all..save our salmon and trout
Beak007

Bonk all bass fishermen like all bass and toss them on the highway to be run over

quit screwing up our fisheries in bc. go back to fishingwithrod
NOR CAL..IN B.C.

IF YOURE SO SCARED ABOUT THE BASS FKING UP THE SALMON WATERS GO CATCH SOME AND GET OFF HERE TALKIN SHIT TO BASSFISHERMAN
T Dot

i see there are alot of ecologists around here. wow

LOL

so everything points to bass you say? hmm...

what about over fishing, increased fishing pressure, climate change, pollution, just to name a few.

bass, trout and salmon thrive in harmony all around the world.

until you all make steps to reduce your effects on the environment, you all are LOL effecting the bc fisheries.

let me guess you all are using biodegradable lures, non lead weight, and recycling your line. better yet, do you use a fuel efficient car, take public transit when you can.

for the record:

i dont use plastics anymore, but when we did, we would remelt them and make them into new plastics. i drive a fuel efficient car, i car pool, and i take the transit when possible.

stop pointing the fingers until you have done your part
fishinforlife

hate to say this but i am with beak 007 for this one, the bass are killing all of the important fish. Bass don't belong here thats why it is a increasing problem with the fisheries. catch em and kill em. good bear food.
T Dot

itchies_crabshack

sherlock is that you? quite the assumption. care the backup your theory with factual evidence?

im all ears
NOR CAL..IN B.C.

ACTUALLY YOURE GOVERMENT HAS PLANTED BASS IN BC WATERS FOR OVER A HUNDRID YEARS UP COUNTRY AND THERE ARE STREAMS WITH BASS THAT FLOW INTO CANADA FROM THAT STATES SO WHAT DO YOU EXPECT...DONT THINK I CONDONE BASS RUINING SALMONOID HABITATS BUT SHIT IS THE WAY IT IS SO I ENJOY FISHING BASS AND EATING THEM
fishinforlife

actually the okanagon lake on the states side put in bass and they made it to canada. stop writing in caps bass f...
NOR CAL..IN B.C.

Ok pike LICKER!!!!!!!!!!!!
fishinforlife

alright listen i have no problem with bass i actually fish for them in my lake in ontario, i have a problem with the bass in bc people are seeing a 5 inch bass witha 6 inch trout in there mouths. it hurts our trout and salmon fishery. and btw pike are not as fun to fish for as bass.
NOR CAL..IN B.C.

ive caught chinook and bass on the same day in cali i grew up being used to it.but i do understand the effect bass can or do or could have in certain habitats.its not too late to secure the waters of bc for the future but everybody needs to play theyre part.its quite simple but too many people neglect to take any responsability
basslover

its supposed to be cool
fisher 696

Bass are great. Bass in BC suck. They are an introduced species and are effing up the balance. Same as the stickle backs in Jones and the zebra mussels in the gr8 lakes.They don't belong and over a period of time, upset the natural balance. There are people known as the bucket brigade, they have, in their own wisdom, decided that there should be bass everywhere. They transplant bass from other places and ruin nature 1 lake at a time. ANY non native, introduced species will upset the natural balance.
The biggest threat to our salmon is non native.
Atlantic salmon and fish farms are speeding up the extinction process. Ok, global warming, over fishing, habitat loss and pollution aren't doing much good either. However 14 countries have tried to farm fish in sea pens and guess what? 14 countries suffered drastic losses to their native species. But we are special, we know better than they do. NOT.... A bunch of politicians that get their palms greased don't give a shit about what goes on. Cover yer ass, don't leave a paper trail and deploy the golden parachute. That's what they care about.
It's too bad that most of the general public spend their lives with their heads in the sand.
I've just heard on the radio about the proposed carbon tax.....That's how the government will deal with the enviroment, tax the little guys and the big corporations will get tax breaks and raise their prices to pay for their lawyers. So we as sheep will just be paying and paying and paying.
Back to bass, if you want to stock a lake with bass, go buy one and do with it what u please. Otherwise leave them where they are and kill as many as possible. Anyone found to be illegally stocking should be considered as bait, for crabs.
mojoman

I'll play your lil' game tuna....I target trout in local lakes in spring and fall....only lamers fish trout in the heat of the summer...thats when I chase bass...big bass...then in fall its back to bows....winter time is time for buildin' rods and tyin' flies...so I got my seasons covered....how 'bout you, man-humper??????




mojo I'd invite ya for a fishin' trip...but you prolly wouldn't know how to handle a flyrod

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